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Reasons to Get the New Pro NetBeans 6 Book
Admin, 18 Oct 2007
NetBeans convert and author Adam Myatt is back with a new book
in his Pro NetBeans series: Pro NetBeans IDE 6 Rich Client Platform Edition.
Pro NetBeans 6, the follow-up to Myatt's well-received
Pro NetBeans IDE 5.5 Enterprise Edition, targets new and
updated features of the NetBeans 6.0 IDE such as the Java editor,
Ruby support, the debugger, JUnit 4 and more. Special attention
is also given to aspects of Desktop Java development such as Swing GUI,
NetBeans Plug-ins, and NetBeans RCP projects.
Who should get Pro NetBeans 6? Developers looking to get the best out of working with an intuitive-to-use and feature-rich IDE.
And skeptics who doubt why NetBeans is the only IDE a developer needs.
Take it from Myatt, a systems analyst for General Electric Global
Research and former Eclipse user:
"...NetBeans is a great Java IDE. If anyone doesn't believe that
NetBeans is the BEST IDE, read my books on NetBeans 5.5 and 6.0 and
try it out for yourself."
Pro NetBeans 6.0 will be available December 2007. Pre-order your copy today!
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Javalobby Q&A with Adam Myatt
Adam Myatt's Pro NetBeans site